Connecticut CIO wants to make sure consolidation doesn't 'break the business'
The CIO of Connecticut said a process uniting IT governance has moved incrementally because "large changes scare people."
Pennsylvania targets ‘data modernization’ for citizen service
On the Priorities Podcast, Pennsylvania CIO John MacMillan on approaching citizen service. Connecticut CIO Mark Raymond talks consolidation.
Code for America's 'Safety Net Innovation Lab' names first 4 states
Social-services agencies in California, Colorado, Connecticut and Louisiana are working with the group's new Safety Net Innovation Lab.
Connecticut expands free virtual interpreting service to Hartford airport
Aria, an app that connects blind and limited-vision users to helpful agents, is now available for free to travelers at Bradley International Airport.
Illuminate Education breach that affected NYC schools spreads to Connecticut
A school district in a small Connecticut town said it too may have been affected by a breach of Illuminate Education software.
Connecticut COO Josh Geballe to depart for Yale provost role
Geballe, formerly the state's administrative services commissioner, played a key role in modernizing systems and assisting COVID-19 response.
Connecticut names its first geographic information officer
The state has appointed Alfredo Herrera, a former City of New Haven GIS analyst, as its first geographic information officer.
Connecticut Gov. Lamont signs government modernization bill
The new law removes what Gov. Ned Lamont called "outdated bureaucratic practices" and instates new governance for modern IT processes.
New Connecticut law nudges businesses to adopt cybersecurity controls
Companies that suffer data breaches can avoid punitive damages if they're following an established cybersecurity framework, like those from NIST or CIS.